J. Patrick Mayo, Ph.D.

Graduated: April, 2011
Mentor: Dr. Marc Sommer
Thesis: Neuronal encoding of brief time intervals in the visual system
Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow Harvard University School of Medicine
Prior Degree: BA Vassar College (2001)


Mayo, J. P. and Sommer, M.A. Shifting attention to neurons. Trends Cogn Sci., 14(9): 389, 2010.

Mayo, J. P. Inactivation and adaptation of number neurons, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32(3-4), 2009.

Mayo, J. P. Intrathalamic mechanisms of visual attention, J. Neurophys. 101 (3), 2009.

Botvinick, M.M., Wang, J., Cowan, E., Roy, S., Bastianen, C., Mayo, J.P. and Houk, J.C. An analysis of immediate serial recall performance in a macaque. Animal Cognition, 12(5), 2009.

Shin, S.Y., Crapse, T.C., Mayo, J.P. and Sommer, M.A. Visuomotor integration. Chapter for Encyclopedia Of Neuroscience, eds. Binder, Hirokawa, and Windhorst, Elsevier, 2009.

Mayo, J.P. and Sommer, M.A. Neuronal adaptation caused by sequential visual stimulation in the frontal eye field, J. Neurophys, 100(4), 2008.

Mayo, J.P. and Sommer, M.A. Neuronal adaptation: Delay compensation at the level of single neurons? Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 31(1), 2008.

Mayo, J.P. Two's a Crowd: Suppressed V4 Visual Responses to Sequential Stimuli, J. Neurosci, 27(4): 723-724, 2007.